Top Denver news: Couple accused of running short-term rental scheme; city to host 44 asylum seekers

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Denver.

Denver City Council adopts plan to guide growth of northeast

City Council voted unanimously to approve the development plan that will govern northeast neighborhoods for the coming decades.

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Denver couple accused of running short-term rental scheme using Airbnb

A Denver couple is accused of illegally running a short-term rental scheme through Airbnb. The Denver District Attorney's Office said Tuesday that Alexander Neir, 45, and Stacy Neir, 43, claimed two homes as their primary residences. 

Read the full story on KDVR.

Denver Zoo shares love story of same-sex pair of flamingos named Lance Bass and Freddie Mercury

"Chilean flamingo Lance Bass and American flamingo Freddie Mercury have paired up for several years," zoo officials tweeted Tuesday.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.

Denver to host 44 more asylum seekers transported from New Mexico this week

Another 44 asylum seekers are expected to arrive in Denver late Tuesday or early Wednesday morning from New Mexico, the second time nonprofits coordinated the transport to Denver.

Read the full story on Denver Post .

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